Competitors are getting ready for Round 2 of the Rip Curl Micro Grommet Series at Swimming Pools, next Saturday, November 5. The interest in current points standing is heating-up with
The Rip Curl Micro Grommet Series kicked off yesterday at Natadola. With 55 very young competitors on hand the surfing was frantic. Conditions were small but very clean and the
Composer and singer 26-year-old Suliasi Uluilakeba lives alone at Cunningham, Suva. However, when shopping he shops he always thinks of his friends who always visit him at his home. “When
A pilot for Heavy Lift Company in Papua New Guinea spent his one month leave helping his father on their farm at Davuilevu Housing. For his contract with the company,
Diwali, the festival of lights and its excitement draws near. This is one of those occasions when Fijian consumers as well as the traders look forward to. There is a
A 45-year-old from Nasarawaqa, Bua and mother of three Ms Hakiman now resides in Labasa and sells vegetables to fund her children’s education. She told the Fiji Sun at her
In one of its first significant media deals since becoming an Olympic sport, the International Surfing Association (ISA) is pleased to announce an international broadcast partnership Eurosport Asia Pacific to
Eurosport Asia Pacific will show the 2016 Fiji ISA Stand-Up Paddle (SUP) and Paddleboard World Championship which will take place at Cloudbreak, Fiji on November 12-20. Surfing is a wonderful,
After an awesome Girls Go Surfing day last weekend the Fiji Surfing Association begins to focus on the upcoming Rip
Former World Boxing Association (WBA) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) middleweight champion Daniel Geale is confident of beating Renold Quinlan
Next year’s Fiji Regatta Week is expected to be bigger and better. This is based on the success of
The lead up to yesterday’s annual Girls Go Surfing Day was very hectic with enquiries and planning, which resulted in
Fiji Sun chief photojournalist, Ronald Kumar has captured it all – from murders to coups, funerals, natural disasters and celebrations.
Luke Peniloa did not complete Class 6. But this has not stopped him from striving to be the best in
From Tabia in Labasa to the bright city lights of Suva, Praneel Sharma made his work his “best friend.” That
Mohammed Akbar thrives on challenges. That’s what kept him going over the past 15 years as Fiji Sun’s head printer.
Leone Cabenatabua is Fiji Sun’s managing editor publications/sports. He has seen the tough earlier days and then the better days.
Fiji Sun’s accountant, Jyoti Chand was surprised to learn that her name was among nine other long-serving employees of the
Hirdesh Chand started work at the Fiji Sun as an inserter in 2006. Two years earlier he had just moved
At the Fiji Sun we employ more graduates from the University of the South Pacific (USP) and top Indian universities
We’re proud to confirm that as part of our continuing development programme we now have on our journalism staff three
Joining the Fiji Sun after the political upheaval in 2000 was a decision I will never regret. After 17 years
Osea Bola is the familiar face you will find on the Fiji Sun sports pages every day. He joined the
Seventeen years old, saw the birth of the country’s third newspaper- The Fiji SUN. Due to the competitive business environment
The Fiji Rugby Union farewelled one of its long serving Development Officers and former Flying Fijian Alifereti Mocelutu last week.
The Powerade Junior Pro presented by Cloudbreak was a big success with international and Fijian junior surfers going head- to-head.
The move to finalise the Oceania Gymnastics Union is now underway. This weekend a high powered meeting is taking place